The premise is simple. From their website,
The only rule for 30 Days of Biking is that you bike every day for 30 days--around the block, 20 miles to work, whatever suits you--then share your adventures online.
Keep up with them on Twitter or spread the word your own way. I did this last September and it was a good motivation to get on my bike, even on the reluctant days when I just rode around the block. Once I was out on my bike, "around the block" didn't quite multiply into "multi-mile ride," but it did often become a trip around three or four blocks. So there. I don't tweet (although I enjoy reading Feminist Hulk's Twitter) and I won't put you through daily blog updates, but I will be riding along and I'll go on a group ride with anyone interested (not limited to "Super Official Scheduled Rides," picnics optional).
Register here and consider joining them for a kick-off ride, Friday, April 1. Starts at Gold Medal Park. We meet at 6 p.m., we ride at 6:30 p.m. "It's sure to be an epical ride!"
There's also the Short Shorts Ride on Saturday, April 2.
Get yourself a sweet pair of Daisy Dukes, cut-offs, or Yoga shorts, for the ride to ARTCRANK! Show off those gams. Starts at the Lake Calhoun Yacht Harbor. We meet at 4:00 p.m., we ride at 4:30 p.m.
And let us know if you ride!